Judy Crichton won awards for her writing and her journalism,
including the George Foster Peabody Award, the DuPont Columbia Award, and the Writers
Guild Award. Crichton was executive producer of PBS's The American Experience
from its inception in 1987 through its ninth season. She lived in New York City with her husband Robert Crichton until his death in 1993. Judy Crichton died in 2007 due to complications of leukemia. She and her husband had four children.
This biography was last updated on 07/17/2011.
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